University of Ottawa
On April 25, 2017, The AACI and the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption (CCEAC) of the University of Ottawa signed a general agreement to cooperate and innovate in pursuing their respective missions globally. It is a long-term strategic professional and business relationship that will focus on both developed and developing countries.
The parties will promote mutually beneficial activities in the areas of education, training, and advisory. The scope of cooperation includes, but not limited to, the following:
- Organizations’ Anti-Corruption Certification Program: The AACI will cooperate with the CCEAC to deliver the Organizations’ Anti-Corruption Certification Program in Canada and other countries.
- Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CACM) management credential: The AACI will provide the CACM and its review course to the CCEAC constituents at preferential prices.
- The AACI and the CCEAC Innovative Initiatives: The AACI and the CCEAC will work together to capitalize on the University of Ottawa Centre for Continuing Education infrastructure and the parties’ market reach to design and offer innovative anti-corruption initiatives.
- Develop and Deploy Cutting-Edge Anti-Corruption Programs. The AACI and the CCEAC will work on developing highly reputable anti-corruption training programs and jointly marketing them globally.
- Student Membership: The AACI and the CCEAC will work together to promote student membership among the University of Ottawa students.
- Empower Academia Students to play a visible and effective role in preventing fraud and corruption in their local communities Launch Innovative Local Corruption Prevention Initiatives
The agreement was signed by Mr. L.B. Files, President of The AACI, and Mr. Serge Blais, Executive Director of The CCEAC.
The AACI continues its expansion globally and partners with premier universities and research centers to pursue its mission.
Read the press release.